The resurrection: Mark 1:5 tells of one angel at the…

The resurrection: Mark 1:5 tells of one angel at the…
Posted by Jim Price in Facebook's Pentecostal Theology Group View the Original Post

The resurrection: Mark 1:5 tells of one angel at the empty tomb but in John 20:12 we read of two angels in the tomb. In Matt. 28 we read of a great earthquake and see the angel coming down and rolling away the stone When you teach or preach on the resurrection; do you mention this difference and if so how do you explain it?

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  • Reply March 26, 2016

    Charles Page

    Preach one text and one message
    Not a synopsis

  • Reply March 26, 2016

    David Lewayne Porter

    Use it to show we all have different view points of the gospel according to our reference points.
    That means neither is more right or one more correct/wrong.
    It is just who paid attention to what at which moment of time.

  • Reply March 26, 2016

    Nathan Ridgeway

    One of the writers had one eye closed when he looked at the situation. The other had both eyes open, so he saw twice as many angels. Simple!

  • Reply March 27, 2016

    Pat Fretwell

    The gospels have always given their viewpoint. Does it really matter how many? The main thing has to be the main thing…..the resurrection!! He arose!

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